Canon PIXMA IP 100 Mobile Photo Printer Price Slashed

Posted: Oct 4 2010, 6:53am CDT | by , in Shopping | Peripheral


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The Canon PIXMA iP 100 is available at Amazon for $179.99.

When you want to get great photo prints but you are on the go this portable printer may be the option for you. Everyone at some point wants a print of picture instead of just a digital image. Then you need a good printer. This gives you the two things together portability and quality photo prints.

This is a compact photo printer that offers lab-quality prints with take-anywhere portability. I will even print black and white documents at 20 ppm and color at 14 ppm. It has a patented print head that uses 1,856 nozzles for outstanding print quality at 9600 x 2400 dpi. The Canon PIXMA iP 100 also has support for IrDA and PictBridge. These let you print directly from cameras and cell phones. It is ultra compact measuring only 12.7 x 2.4 x 7.2. This is a great way to get photo prints on the go. Be sure to buy yours today while the price is so low.

The Canon PIXMA iP 100 is available at Amazon for $179.99.

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